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F.A.Q. Phimostop

Is it true the success rates are very high?

Yes, they’re close to 100% and frequently achieved, even in difficult cases like phimosis caused by a congenital lack of foreskin development in childhood.

The information included on the website and in the advertisements, all refer to this result as “normal.” By this, it implies these results are obtained in the vast majority of cases.

Residual rare cases – where the expected result is not obtained – do exist: this is if additional diseases of a transitional type are present, such as unresolved inflammation, or diseases that compromise the entire foreskin, like lichen that has completely atrophied. In these cases, before using Phimostop, you have to treat the inflammation by following instructions from your doctor.

As proof of the validity and quality of Phimostop, there are the two major awards it has obtained in recent years:

– the gold medal, which was awarded at the 72nd. International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva;
– the Commendation from the President of the Italian Republic;
– acquisition of Phimostop by the largest non-profit Italian university hospital for a clinical trial.

Which Tuboid should I start the treatment with, and how long before I finish the Phimostop® treatment?

Move the soft skin of the foreskin down over the penis until resistance to continuing the action is encountered because of the phimotic ring. Look at the diameter of your phimosis and choose the Tuboid that is only a little bit bigger: it should be one you can introduce without encountering any particular difficulty or stress.

Pull the foreskin back along the Tuboid following the instructions for use.

After a few progressive substitutions, you’ll find the foreskin can be freed from the glans, even in an erect state. At this point, you can stop treatment, even if you haven’t used all the Tuboids in the box, but first, prepare to consolidate the results obtained in the way suggested in the instructions for use.

Up to what height along the Tuboid should I pull the foreskin back?

The foreskin, even when healthy, can be naturally inadequate (incompletely covering the glans), normal (covering the glans in the idle state and starting to uncover it in a state of erection), extensive (covering the glans even in with an erection, until is cannot slide down voluntarily or naturally during intercourse).

As a result, a normal or abundant foreskin can be pulled back to the fins; an inadequate one only to the middle of the Tuboid. The effect of phimosis regression will be obtained in both cases, provided that the phimotic ring of scar tissue is pulled back around the Tuboid and the base is not left out of the dilating action of the Phimostop®. It is important to make sure even the inner wall of the foreskin is pulled around the Tuboid and not just the outer wall.

How soon can I start having sex again?

Immediately after finding that the foreskin can move free of the glans, even when erect, without force – this is usually after a few days of treatment. But remember, even if you feel healed and free, the result should be consolidated by following the relevant instructions.

Do I have to wear the Tuboids in the day or at night?

You can wear them whenever you want to, they don’t cause any trouble, and you will not have to take any special precautions apart from attaching them with a plaster (supplied in the box) by the tabs to keep the phimotic ring around the Tuboid in the correct position.

Do I have to remove the Tuboid to urinate?

You don’t need to. Just pay attention and make sure the Tuboid is well-centred on the glans, or it may cause a diversion of urine flow.